Retro Lights Knitted into Colorful “Uplifted” Lampshades

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Retro Lights Knitted into Colorful “Uplifted” Lampshades by Deryn Relph



Deryn Relph's 'Uplifted' design makes use of knitted textiles to 'upcycle' old retro-style lamp frames. Her eclectic use of color was inspired by the future potential of seeds to bloom, and her designs are meant to evoke a positive emotional response from the viewer. The knitted textiles use factory surplus cotton and bamboo yarns, and are custom fitted to eliminate production waste. The knitting process creates patterned perforations across each lampshade, resulting in a playful colorful glow. The shades themselves are sure to bring a pop of color to any room and can be used for pendant, table, or floor lamps.

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6 Responses to “Retro Lights Knitted into Colorful “Uplifted” Lampshades”

  1. So cute and colorful! I would love to have these in my apartment.

  2. Judith Cutler says:

    I love all of Deryn’s work! Good luck :o )

  3. elainewelland says:

    I love these lampshades..such fun and everso slightly bonkers!!!

  4. noodlegoofy says:

    Wow!! These Lampshades are amazing!! So cleverly done!

  5. colette Meechan says:

    beautiful lamp shades,amazing colours and designs, I love them.

  6. Nooks says:

    Very pretty!

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